It's not just a comfortable scuba diving log book but the only one that downloads your scuba dives and dive profiles to your tablet and smartphone directly via USB. Connect your scuba dive computer from Aeris, Atomic, Cressi, Genesis, HeinrichsWeikamp, Hollis, Mares, Oceanic, Scubapro, Sherwood, Subgear, Suunto, Tusa and Uwatec. Divemate USB supports multiple scuba divers. So you just need one device and one app for your common diving adventures.
DiveMate USB is the most comprehensive scuba dive log app with the following main functions:
+ Connect your dive computer to your smartphone and tablet. No PC/Mac is required.
+ Easy to use clear and compact user interface: Scroll through diver, dive and dive site lists like a book. View the infos in fullscreen and combine the views as you like.
+ Optimized for smartphones, 7" and >=10" tablets. Use all extension packs (see below) on all your devices.
+ Choose between 3 user interface themes for your personal taste
+ Manage divers, buddies, dives, dive sites and brevets
+ Enrich your logged dives with personal notes, pictures and underwater photos.
+ Get weather and marine forecast for your dive sites
+ View, scroll, measure your dive profile graphs (depth, pressure and temperature)
+ Sync your dives with other devices via Dropbox, DivingLog 5, Dive Log Manager/DT for Mac and Subsurface.
+ Upload your dives to diviac
+ Print a paper copy of your dives, profiles and maps or send a PDF by email.
+ You have more than 20 online maps. Many of them can be saved for offline use without network connection (ideal in remote areas or to avoid roaming costs).
+ Attach GPS coordinates to your dive site or point it in the map.
+ Tools such as a Nitrox MOD calculator and your statistics.
+ Share your scuba dives with your friends by email or Dropbox.
+ and much more...
In the free version you can use 2 scuba divers and 20 dives each as well as 20 dive sites. Beyond this DiveMate USB offers great additional functions with three extension packs:
+ the ‘Data Pack’
+ the ‘USB Pack’
+ the ‘Map Pack’
With at least one extension pack you can manage unlimited scuba divers and dives. Just purchase any pack once and use it on all your Android devices a lifetime.
Many scuba dive computers from different manufacturers such as Aeris, Atomic, Cressi, Genesis, HeinrichsWeikamp, Hollis, Mares, Oceanic, Scubapro, Sherwood, Subgear, Suunto, Tusa and Uwatec are supported. To directly connect your dive computer the Android device requires the USB Host/On-The-Go functionality. DiveMate USB communicates via the manufacturer's USB interface or via an USB-infrared adapter with your scuba dive computer.
For transferring scuba dives from your scuba dive computer via USB no rooting of your device is required.
Find out more through the app, at https://www.facebook.com/DiveMateUSB!
Enjoy the best, enjoy Dive Mate USB, the best app for every scuba diver!
Supported scuba dive computers:
AERIS Epic 1/2, Elite T3, T3.1, F10, A300ai, Atmos ai, CompuMask, Manta
CRESSI Leonardo, Giotto
GENESIS ReAct Pro
HEINRICHS WEIKAMP OSTC 2C/2N, OSTC 3
MARES Puck Wrist, Puck Air, Puck Pro, Nemo, Nemo Air, Nemo Wide, Matrix, Icon HD net ready, M1
OCEANIC Atom 1.0 / 2.0 / 3.0 / 3.1, Veo 1.0 / 2.0 / 3.0, Geo, Geo 2.0, DataMask, VT 3.0 / 4.0 / 4.1, Pro Plus 2.1 / 3, OCi, OCS, OC1
SCUBAPRO, UWATEC, SUBGEAR Galileo Sol, Luna, Terra, Aladin, Aladin 2G, Aladin Tec, Aladin Tec 2G, Smart Com, Smart Pro, Smart Tec, Smart Z, XP10, XP-H
SHERWOD Amphos, Wisdom, Insight2
SUUNTO Cobra 1/2/3, Gekko, Spyder, Mosquito, Zoop, Vyper 1/2, Vytec, Vyper Air, Hel O2, D4, D6, D9, D4i, D6i, D9tx
TUSA Element2, Zen, Zen Air
An electronic Scuba Dive Log book for Android. Record your dives and diving licenses, view sites on a map, and dive statistics. Buy the Dive Log Key to unlock the full functionality and support development. Without the Key only a small number of dives can be stored.
See the update info in the application for what's new. Unfortunately I only have time and knowledge to support a very limited number of languages for the application. Please let me know if you want to contribute a translation.
Be aware that screenshots are from an emulator running Android 2.3 and the application might look slightly different on your device.
A friendly request: Please reply by email if you find problems so I can try to help. If you put it in market comments there is not much I can do since I can not respond to the directly.
Most common questions:
* How to switch to metric / imperial units?
From the main screen open the menu by pressing on the menu button on your Android device. This can be a physical button on the device or a soft button on the screen. From the menu select the Settings option to open the settings screen where you can make the units selection.
* I can not edit the contents (diver, dive, etc.)?
Unless specifically opened for editing (e.g. by long pressing on a dive from the dives list and selecting it from the context menu), a screen will show info in reading mode (to avoid accidental modifications). You can start editing by opening the menu and selecting the edit mode.
* I can not find the Key in the market / can not install it?
The Key uses a Google copy protection mechanism and is not made available by Google for devices that it does not authorize. E.g. when the device is rooted, has custom firmware installed, comes from grey import, etc. At the moment there is not much I can do about this, but feel free to sent me an email.
SCUBA Log app is free, and allows you to save a limited number of dives. The limit can be removed by buying the SCUBA Key app.
Videos are all included and there are several hours of footage:
Scuba Diving for Beginners Varieties of Air for Scuba Diving
Scuba Diving for Beginners Why Scuba Diving Insurance Is Important
Scuba Diving for Beginners Mask Preparation for Scuba Diving
Scuba Diving for Beginners How to Clear Diving Mask
Scuba Diving for Beginners Tips for Using Scuba Diving Regulator
Scuba Diving for Beginners Why You Should Keep a Dive Log
Scuba Diving for Beginners How to Use Scuba BCD
Scuba Diving for Beginners Basic Gear for Scuba Diving
Scuba Diving for Beginners How to Purge Scuba Regulator
Scuba Diving for Beginners Types of Scuba Diving Fins
Scuba Diving for Beginners Equalizing Your Ears for Scuba Diving
Scuba Diving for Beginners How to Use Scuba Diving Regulator
Scuba Diving for Beginners Symptoms of Nitrogen Narcosis
Scuba Diving Lessons How to Understand Underwater Pressure in Scuba Diving
Scuba Diving Lessons How to Assemble Scuba Equipment
Compass use - the most applicable
Scuba Diving Underwater Skills and Lessons
Scuba Diving Lessons How to Use an Air Tank in Scuba Diving
Scuba Diving Lessons How to Navigate Underwater
Scuba Diving Lessons How to Refill a Scuba Cylinder
Scuba diving advanced skills demonstration
Scuba Diving Lessons How to Choose a Wet Suit
Scuba Diving Lessons How to Use a Weight Belt for Scuba Diving
Scuba Diving Show Part 1
Scuba Diving Lessons How to Equalize Underwater Ear Pressure in Scuba Diving
Scuba Diving Lessons How to Get Scuba Certified
How To Choose a Buoyancy Compensator - By Leisurepro
How To Choose a Diving Regulator - By Leisurepro
Running line with a scooter
Shooting a closed bag
Scuba Diving for Beginners How Water Affects Scuba Diving Vision
Twins Dual Scuba Tank Assembly of Twin Tanks
Blackberry Curve 8300 Screen Removal Take Apart
Mask Clearing 101
Pre 2010 - PADI Divemaster skills circuit Part 2
Pre 2010 - PADI Divemaster skills circuit Part 1
Pre 2010 - PADI Divemaster skills circuit Part 3
Pre 2010 - PADI Divemaster skills circuit Part 4
Pre 2010 - PADI Divemaster skills circuit Part 5
PADI Skills - Remove Mask
Scuba Diving Buddy Breathing PADI
Beginner Divers in PADI Open Water Diver Course
Scuba Diving Snorkeling How to Scuba Dive
Learn How to Scuba Dive
My first diving lesson
Scuba Diving Lessons
Tips for Scuba Diving Gear Monitoring Gauges When Scuba Diving
Tips for Scuba Diving Gear Components of a Scuba Diving System
Tips for Scuba Diving Gear Scuba Diving Safety Tips
Tips for Scuba Diving Gear What is Scuba Diving Tips for Beginners
Tips for Scuba Diving Gear How to Mount the Regulator to Tank Scuba Gear Basics
Tips for Scuba Diving Gear Choosing a Mask Fins Snorkel Scuba Gear Basics
The differences between split fins and paddle fins
Underwater Scuba Tricks
How to use a snorkeling set
The Sexy way of snorkeling
before a water 2003-2005
Differences of a Back inflation BC and a Jacket BC
Scuba Gear tips by Scubacom - Yoke vs DIN Valve
How to Properly Care and Maintain Your Scuba Diving Regulator
How to properly wash and maintain your BC after diving
quick lesson how to clear diving mask
training 29-12-2007 nr2
Stuif-in 11 december 2007
Tiburon a la vista
Maria del Sol y Salvador
Passaggio sotto larco
fun free diving
How to catch Lobster
Lobster Huge Lobster
Refraction Of Light
Scuba Diving Skill Demonstration criteria to become PADI Instructor in Thailand with Alain Barrat
and many more
SCUBA Diving is a potentially dangerous activity and should only be performed in accordance with your SCUBA Diving skill level, training and health. Decompression SCUBA Diving should only be performed by those that are properly trained and experienced to do so.
Strict adherence to these tables WILL NOT guarantee avoidance of Decompression Sickness(e.g. "The Bends"), air embolism, or other diving related injury and illness including death.
USE THIS APPLICATION AT YOUR OWN RISK. This application is for reference only and should NOT be used to plan or execute any actual diving related activity. Do not use in or around water as you may damage your device or suffer personal injury.
The Pre-Dive Checklist section is used to store checklists for different types of dives. For example, you can store check lists for Boat dives, Beach dives, Night dives, and Wreck dives.
The Service Records section is used to keep track of equipment purchase dates and last service dates.
The C-Card section is a place to save images of the front and back of your C-Cards. If you forget to bring your C-Cards to a diving operation you may be able to show them the images of your certifications.
The Altitude Calculations section is used to calculate the Surface Air Pressure, Theoretical Ocean Depth, and Safety Stop Depth for fresh water.
Please send any issues to appsByDnD@gmail.com and we will fix as soon as possible.
Please leave comments and let us know what additional functionality you would like. We will try to add the most requested functionality.
Possible future functionality include weather, hand signals, and suggestions from users if possible.
A number of scuba divers take pleasure in diving in lakes, while a few prefer to dive in river waters. However, the most exciting version of scuba diving involves diving into the unknown depths of ocean waters. Scuba diving is a daring sport usually pursued for recreational purposes. Professional scuba diving involves diving for commercial, military and scientific purposes.
As an amateur, a scuba diver may not be allowed to go beyond 18 feet under water. If a diver is professionally trained, then conventional scuba diving techniques will increase the diver's ability to dive deeper and longer. Technical scuba diving methods allow one to dive deeper than 130 feet. Surface supplied diving and saturation diving techniques may also be mastered.
Scuba diving should always be attempted with at least one other person present. Associates should stay together through the duration of the dive. The perils of scuba diving lie in wait for an inexperienced diver, who may ascend very quickly to the water's surface, resulting in a rapid loss of body temperature. This could result in vomiting and paralysis, and even cause death in extreme cases.
Here is some of what you will find inside the scuba diving app:
How To Start With Scuba Diving...
Choosing Your Scuba Diving Gear...
How To Get Certified In Scuba Diving...
Scuba Diving Basics...
Scuba Diving For Beginners...
Traveling With Scuba Dive Gear And Equipment...
Also, here is what you will learn about inside the "Scuba Diving" e-book:
The Ocean – Our Most Unexplored Frontier...
The History of Scuba Diving...
Different Types of Diving...
Different Scuba Diving Skill Levels...
Are You Healthy Enough to Dive?...
Basic Diving Equipment...
The Divers Respiratory System...
Finding Your Way Under Water...
Scuba Diving Safety Guidelines...
About Under Water Pressure and Decompression...
Scuba Diving Organizations and Communities...
Where To Dive...
So, go ahead and grab your free app on scuba diving now.
The features of this application are:
-Tables of calculation according to the teaching:
PADI and NAUI
-Ability to save the dive sites through Google maps
-Options for different measurement units (international and imperial)
-Logbook for saving max 5 dives
-Automatic calculation of actual consumption (soon calculations diving at altitude)
-Multilanguage Support (currently English, Italian, Spanish, French and German).
Version 1.3 fixes some layout issues with landscape mode. Also added a diving checklist.
Version 1.4 fixed a problem with the Droid X
Version 1.5 added spanish and dutch language.
Version 1.6 added the ability to create custom checklists.
Version 1.7 added the ability to edit and delete scuba entries from the main list. To edit, click on the entry. To delete, long click (click and hold for a few seconds) on the entry. Also added a confirmation button to the Clear Entries button.
Coming soon, a dive log and help system.
If you experience any problems or have any suggestions for additional functionality, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This eBook app includes a definition of scuba diving, an extensive description of the various types of diving, basic equipment and an important section on scuba safety.
Also included is a scuba news feed and scuba equipment shopping.
Get into the scuba game with a introductory primer on this fun activity. Scuba diving can take you to places you might not otherwise make it to. Not only will it enable you to see the amazing world underwater, but because scuba diving has become such a popular travel activity, scuba might also take you to corners of the globe you would otherwise never think of visiting.
Everything Diving is the new App from Scuba Schools International. Free, easy to install, intuitive and with everything a diver needs at home and while travelling.
- All SSI certifications "In Your Pocket" . Show what you can can do, directly on your mobile device
- Important check lists on scuba diving. Dive planner, equipment, travel or first aid, here you check step by step if all is in good order
- important hand signals for divers
- SSI dive tables for Air and Nitrox for reference and planning
- Flow charts for First Aid and Neuro Check. For immediate help when you need it
- SSI - Partner search, around you and world wide. Find all SSI partners world wide, including a complete description of their local services
...and much more for your "Ultimate Dive Experience"
SSI has offered free Online Diver Verification for years - now you can synchronize your electronic C-Card with your new SSI App and carry it with you. For this individual service, you just need to log on to your free "mySSI" user account at www.divessi.com and you will have all functions at your finger tips. "The Ultimate Dive Experience" powered by SSI.
Since more than 40 years SSI provides training, scuba diving certification, and educational resources for divers, dive instructors, and dive centers and resorts around the world. Started in 1970, SSI has expanded to include more than 30 Service Centers, is represented in more than 110 countries with over 2.400 International locations and has materials printed in more than 25 languages.